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Peter Drucker on Management- 3 themes

Peter Drucker on Management- 3 themes

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Peter Drucker on Management:Three Themes
Cornelis A. “Kees” de Kluyver 
Masatoshi Ito Professor ofManagementPeter F. Drucker and MasatoshiIto Graduate School ofManagementClaremont Graduate UniversityClaremont CA 91711October 2009
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About Peter F. Drucker
Born in Vienna on November 19, 1909
Ph.D in law from Frankfurt University in 1931
Became senior editor at the
Frankfurter General- Anzeiger 
when he was just 21
Marrried Doris Schmitz in London in 1937
Moved to the U.S. shortly thereafter; became professorat Sarah Lawrence and Bennington colleges and acorrespondent for the Financial Times.
In 1950, Drucker began a twenty-one year stint as aprofessor at the Graduate Business School of NewYork University. He established himself as a consultantto major corporations, with early clients includingGeneral Motors and Sears Roebuck.
In 1971, Drucker moved to Claremont GraduateUniversity in Claremont, California where he wouldserve as professor of social sciences and managementfor over 30 years.
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About Peter F. Drucker
Well before his passing in 2005, Drucker was alreadywidely recognized as the most important thinker of histime on how organizations ought to be managed. Heinfluenced leaders and organizations as diverse asGoogle, General Electric, the Girl Scouts, and theUnited Farm Workers.
Drucker‟s contributions extend well beyond business –
he called himself a "social ecologist": a close observerof the way humans are organized across all sectors -inbusiness, but also in government and in the nonprofitworld.
Drucker wrote 39 books and hundreds of articles inpublications from The Wall Street Journal and theEconomist to Harper's Magazine and Harvard BusinessReview.

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